“They have no thoughts of the morrow. All they are thinking about is how to capture and communicate this experience. An artist is present. And from this stillness comes brilliance.” … Continue reading Behind My Favorite Photos
An endless creative with a vision to encourage others to explore and making art with my photos
“Everyone wants to live on top of the mountain, but all the happiness and growth occurs while you’re climbing it” Andy Rooney My friend, Adam and I decided to go … Continue reading Becoming a Saranac 6er
“Always plan for the fact that no plan ever goes according to plan” -Simon Sinek
“What we get from this adventure is just sheer joy. And joy is, after all, the end of life. We do not live to eat and make money. We eat … Continue reading 12 Hours in the Wilderness: Haystack, Basin, Saddleback
In my latest trek, my friend Adam and I decided to take on Mount Adams in the Adirondacks. This is part of the fire tower challenge and needless to say, … Continue reading Mount Adams, Fire Tower Series
“A mind that is stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimensions.” – Oliver Wendell Holmes Bringing a DSLR camera with me on +10 mile … Continue reading Which Camera Should You Bring On Long Adventures?
“Landscape photography is the supreme test of the photographer – and often the supreme disappointment.” -Ansel Adams Throughout my first couple hikes in the Adirondacks, I became fascinated with the … Continue reading Where Did My Photography Journey Begin?
For my eighteenth birthday, I visited New York City with the intent of creating a lot. Now that I have my point and shoot, it makes it a lot easier … Continue reading NYC: Street photography, food, and The Oculus
That’s the way I viewed Nashville after I spent a couple days there. It’s honestly so unique and hopefully I’ll go back in the future. Walking towards town, music becomes … Continue reading Nashville: NYC mixed with country vibes
My close friend Cole and I decided the day after Christmas that we’d hike Jay Peak. We knew this mountain had a ridge and desired to climb it since this … Continue reading Jay Peak: A challenging icy ridge
I must admit, 2019 was a year of triumph and tragedy. There wasn’t much in between for me. But if I had to go back, I’d do it all again. … Continue reading Reflecting on 2019
On Black Friday, we don’t go shopping…as always we chase our passion no matter what. It was 30 degrees when we started unlike the last trek which was well under … Continue reading Tabletop Mountain 19/46